The 36th annual energy IHS CERAWeek conference will bring together at least 3,000 delegates from more than 60 countries from March 6 through 10 to address the most pressing industry issues, states’ strategies and policies in Houston, Texas, according to SputnikNews.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — This year’s sessions will be held under the banner “Pace of Change: Building a New Energy Future,” and will focus on the changing energy market “at a time of turbulence and uncertainty.”
The international policymakers, experts and executives will have an opportunity to discuss their ideas and concerns during the plenary sessions, round tables, insight dinners, as well as strategic dialogues planned for the five-day conference.
The event will kick off on Monday with the OPIS (Oil Price Information Service) Supply & Transportation Summit, which was included in the conference’s agenda for the first time.
The issues planned for discussions during the OPIS summit vary from technical forecast for oil prices in 2017 to Renewable Fuel Standard outlook under the new US administration to energy trading challenges and opportunities.